Stories you don’t see in the Dayton Daily News

Bye-bye to Aaron Hartley’s law license

The Dayton Daily news didn’t think this was a story. The TV stations didn’t cover it. And, now, the Ohio Supreme Court is being asked to immediately suspend Aaron P Hartley’s law license. That he isn’t on house arrest right now, is because the judges in Montgomery County all have their seats for life, and Read More

Do the right thing: Get threatened with a lawsuit

I’ve been publishing Esrati.com since 2005. So far, the only things that have generated legal issues- have all been centered around a single lawyer, the deposed Montgomery County Democratic Party Chief Dennis Lieberman (or his firm). The first run in was where he represented the “esteemed local business man” who was sending out what I Read More

Is it news? Or is it Esrati?

There’s an old ad, is it butter or is it Parkay? In Dayton, there’s the official news outlets- and then there’s me with Esrati.com On Tuesday night, I posted what may be a pivotal news story- one that talks about the Federal Government’s ability to allow criminals to run for office, while under indictment. It Read More

Those damn citizen journalists in Centerville

The Dayton Daily news can barely figure out how to deliver an accessible online paper to my iPad- and even when they do, they don’t know a story when they see one. Of course, when they let City PR Folks write the stories for them, and still claim to be a newspaper, we have a Read More

Just call me Dr. Esrati, Superintendent of the future

I don’t know Dr. David Estrop. He’s been a superintendent in three different school districts, with his last stop in Springfield, before he became a city commissioner. Now, that’s he’s not involved in the schools, he’s publishing his prescription for urban districts on the Dayton Daily news editorial page. The only problem? It reads like Read More

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